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Municipalities' liability for prop-

erty destroyed in riots, origin

of, 9.
Mylne feild, Boston, mentioned, 22.

Naticke, Mass., Indians of, and

sales of land. 13.
Newbury, Mass., warning out in,

59.
Newbury, Vt., practice of warning

out new-comers, 111.
New-comers to new towns, usually

warned out as a caution, 46-62,

119, 120, and passim.
New England: admission of in-

habitants, 18; first record of
warning out in, 23; origin of
land titles in, 10-17; original
dimensions of, 16; poor laws
the outgrowth of the warning
out statutes, 120; right and ob-
ligations of inhabitancy, 4-9;
right of exclusion from, exercised
in the colonies, 10; settlers fol-
low custom of English affairs,
8; warning out, examples of

and reasons for, 1-4, 8.
Newfoundland, settlement at

(1522), 15; taken possession

of by Gilbert, 15.
New France, 15.
New Hampshire: first warning

out Act (1718), 89; inhabitancy
and warning out in, 88–98, 115;
royal province of, and land titles,

14; Settlement Act (1796), 115.
New Haven, Conn., admission to

and inhabitancy in, 86, 87.
New Plymouth, Colony of, see

Plymouth Colony.
Newport, R.I., order as to sale of

land, etc., by General Court, 100.
Newtowne, see Cambridge.
Northampton, Mass. (1672), and

land titles, 13.
Norton, Francis, admitted, 29.

Painter, Thomas, 21.
Palmer, John, carpenter, 22.
Pane, Mr. -, of Concord, 21.
Parish, becomes the poor-law

unit, 7, 8; original function of,
6, 7: revival of importance of

(1601), 8.
Parker, Jonathan, Jr., constable of

Rindge, N.H., 97.
Parker, Richard, merchant, ad-

mitted, 21.
Patch, Samuel, 58.
Pawtuxet River, R.I., 99.
Peacepledge, meaning of, 5, 6.
Pease, John, bondsman, 24.
Peculiar, 49, 54; meaning of, 49,

note *.
Penobscot, Me., warning out

in, 103.
Pequot territory, 13.
Perry, Arthure, 22.
Peterboro, N.H., warning out in, 96.
Pighogg, a Chururgeon, admitted,

23.
Pingree, Eben, selectman of Little-

ton, N.H., 96.
Pittman, Richard, first person
warned out in New England

(1656), 23.
Plum, John, and Mercy Chub, his

daughter, 42.
Plymouth Colony and town: and

land grants, 14; charter granted
by Charles I (1629), 17; early
colony laws as to inhabitancy,
53–55; first warning out law
(1671), 54; franchise in, 8;
inhabitancy conditions in, 37,

38, 44.
Poland, Margaret, widow, 58.
Poor law in England, the first

great (1601), 8.
Poor laws in New England, origin

of, 120.
Poor relief in colonial New Eng-

land, 118, 119; in mediæval

England, 7, 8.
Pope, John, 41.
Portsmouth, R.I., inhabitancy

order of, 100.
Proctor, Samuel, of Plymouth,

warned out, 103.
“Proprietors” and grants of land,

17.

Olcott, Elias, selectman of Rock-

ingham, Vt., 2.
Oliuer, Frances, warned out, 40.
Osgood, Aaron, selectman of

Durham, Me., 104.
Oxford, Mass., warning out (1789

foll.) in, 62.

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Providence, R.I., compact for the

establishment of, 99, 100.
Province of New Hampshire, see

New Hampshire.
Prudential men=the selectmen, 48.
Pryor, Daniel, of Tewksbury, warns

himself out, 59.
Pulsipher, Sam'! W., selectman

of Rockingham, Vt., 2.

Ross, Hannah, caution entered

against, 61.
Rourk, Martin, town clerk of

Durham, Me., 104.
Rowley, Mass., inhabitancy and

warning out in, 36.
Roxbury, Mass., warning out in,

38.
Russian communities and restraint

of alienation of lands, 18.

Raleigh, Sir Walter, first to occupy

Virginia, 15, 16.
Rand, Goodman, admitted, 29.
Rawlings, Richard, a plasterer,

20.
Read, Elijah, constable at Rock-

ingham, Vt., 113.
Reade, Esdras, taylor, 21.
Reading, Mass. (1691), cases of

warning out in, 57.
Reasons for warning out sum-

marized, 118.
Restraint upon alienation of land,

18, 19.
Revolutionary War causes greater

stringency as to warning out,
56 foll., 62, 73, 94, 98, 101, 103,

111.

Saco, Me., inhabitancy and warn-

ing out in, 34, 35.
Salem, Mass., inhabitancy and

warning out in, 32, 36; cases of

warning out in 1679 and 1695, 56.
Saltonstall, Sir Richard, charter

member of the Massachusetts

Bay Colony, 17.
Sampson, Elizabeth, widow, of

Harvard, Mass., 61.
Sandwich, warning out in, 37.
Sanford, Me., warning out in, 102.
Sanfurd, Richard, 24.
Saunders, Silvester, 22.
Saunders, ---, a booke-bynder, 20.
Scituate, Mass., inhabitancy and

warning out in, 26.
Seaberry, John, a seaman, ad-

mitted, 22.
Seaborne, John, a taylor, admitted,

21.
Searle, Phillip, 41.
Security, admission upon, 23, 87,

and passim; bond of, ordinarily

twenty pounds, 25.
Settlement Act: in Connecticut

(1796), 74-80, 115; and pro-
visions of Act now in force, 82;
Maine (1821), and its provisions
differing from the Massachu-
setts Act, 104, 105, 115; Massa-
chusetts (1793), 52, 53, 55, 114;
New Hampshire (1796), 115;

Vermont, (1817), 113, 115.
Seward, Richard, admitted, 24.
Shepard, Amos, selectman of Al-

stead, N.H., 2.
Sherman, Philip, 20.
Sled, John, and wife, warned out,

84.
Smith, Jeremiah, warned out, 103.
Smith, Quince, 28.
Smith, Ralph, admitted, 29.

Rhode Island: and Indian land

titles, 13; early colony and state
laws as to inhabitancy and warn-
ing out, 99-101; history of land
titles in, il, 12; inhabitancy,
relief of poor, town settlement,
etc., 99-101; warning out never

authorized by statute, 115.
Rice, Merrick, warned out, 3.
Rindge, N.H., warning out in, 96.
Rise, Isack, and Nehimia Rise, 85.
Rix, - , widow, refused inhabi-

tancy, 86.
Robbe, Alexr., selectman of Peter-

boro, N.H., 96.
Robbins, James, 61.
Roberson, Daniel, warned out, 103.
Robert, Earl of Warwick, 16, 17.
Roberts, Henery, warned out, 41.
Rockingham, Vt., warning out in,

2, 112.
Roff, Daniel, and family, warned.

out, 61.
Rosewell, Sir Henry, charter mem-
ber of the Massachusetts Bay
Colony, 17.

115

Smith, Richard, admitted, 24.
Snellen, — , Dr., of Boston, 42.
Snow, Johanna, caution entered

against, 60.
Sowers, Roger, 23.
Spencer, Jarrad, 83, 84.
Spencer, Roger, 34, 35.
Sprague, Hon. John, and family,

warned out, 2, 3, 56.
Springfield, Mass., admission to

inhabitancy and entertainment
of strangers under strict control,

27, 28.
Squakeage, village of, 13.
Stackpole, John, warned out, 103.
Stearns, Ezra S., historian, state-

ment by, 97.
Stedman, John, bondsman, 84.
Stedman, William, warned out, 3.
Steuens, child of Mr. — , of Bos-

ton, 43.
Stockbridge, Hannah, caution en-

tered against, 61.
Stone, Abigail, of Woburn, 61.
Storer, Richard, admitted, 22.
Strangers : entertainment of stran-

gers under strict control. 23-45
and passim; laws of General
Court of Massachusetts as to
admission of, 46-63; to be re-
ported to selectmen within 8

days, 22, 23, and passim.
Sturbridge, Mass., 60.
Sudbury, Mass., warning out in,

57, 58.
Summary of reasons for warning

out, 118-121.
Sumner, William, 40.
Surety, admission upon, see Se-

curity, admission upon.
Sutton, town of, 60.

Tilstone, — , constable at Plym-

outh, 41.
Tinge, Mr. , 20.
Tingle, Paletiah, warned out, 102.
Tithings, meaning and significance

of Old English, 6.
Torrey, Ebenezer, and family,

warned out, 2, 3.
Town, as defined by Blackstone,

Coke, and others, 7.
Town vote avoids effect of warning

out, 116.
Towns, right of, to warn out recog-
nized by the Articles of Confed-

eration (1672), 49.
Townsman and inhabitant, inter-

changeable terms, 21.
Tubbs, Zebulen, his wife Esther,

and children, 56.
Turner, Ezekiel, of Freeport,
_warned out, 103..
Turner, - , admitted, 29.
Tuttell, Richard, 21.

Underwood, Beulah, Junior Israel,

Samuel, warned out, 95, 96.
Union, Me., warning out in, 102.

Value of warning out records, 117,

118.
Vermont: early colony and state
laws as to inhabitancy and warn-
ing out, 106-110; first warning
out Act in (1787), 106, 107;
Settlement Act (1817), 111, 113,
115; town settlement, inhabi-
tancy, relief of poor, and warning

out, 106–113.
Vining, Benjamin, constable at

Durham, Me., 103, 104.
Virginia, early history of colonial,

15, 16.
Voting privilege in Massachusetts

Colony, 8, 9.

Teffe, William, taylor, 21.
Templeton, James, constable of

Peterboro, N.H., 96.
Tewksbury, Mass., some queer

cases of warning out in, 59.
Thacher, Mr. — , committeeman

of Yarmouth, 44.
Thomas, Captain — , 86.
Thomaston, Me., warning out in,

102.
Tilston, Timothy, bondsman, 41.

Waite, Abigail, warned out, 45.
Wales, Joseph, warned out, 3.
Wallingford, Conn., order as to

admission, sales, etc., 84, 85.
Walpole, N.H., warning out in, 98.
Warning out: avoidance of effect

of, by town vote, 116, 117; fees

to town officers for, 111, 112; Web, Jno., ensigne, 24.
first record of, in New England, Weeks, Joseph, 43.
23; historic basis of, 5; Indian Wenbourne, William, 23.
wars and, 50; length of time Wenham, Mass., warning out in,
of effectiveness of, 114-116, 58.
120; never authorized by statute Weymouth, Mass., inhabitancy and
in Rhode Island, 115, 116; not warning out in, 34.
provided by statute in State of Wheelwright and the Antinomians
Maine, 104, 105; notices of proceeded against, 47, 48.
great importance for family and Whipping in public, a punishment
town history, 117, 118; reasons for disobeying notice of warning
for, summarized, 118-121; Rev out, 66, 69–72, 76, 95 and passim;
olutionary War and, 56 foll., 62, repealed in Connecticut, 80, 81.
73, 94, 98, 101, 103, 111; right Whittemore, Abigail, widow, 61.
of towns to, recognized by Arti Whittemore, Nathaniel, 61.
cles of Confederation, 49; Settle- William, Viscount Say and Seal, 17.
ment Acts as to, 52, 53, 55, 74- Williams, Roger, 13, 99.
86, 104, 105, 113-115; value of Williams, Thos, town clerk of
records of, 117, 118; wording Deerfield, Mass., 56.
of the returns of the warrants Willson, Mr. Jno., senr., 24.
of, not uniform, 60.

Wilson, Jacob, 21.
Warning out in, Boston, 19–26; Windsor, Conn., 85.

Connecticut, 63-87; Maine, Winthrop, John, first governor of
101-106; Massachusetts, 26-53; Massachusetts, mentioned, 19.
New England, 1-17; New Hamp- Winthrop, John, the younger, sur-
shire, 88-98; Plymouth, 44–62; geon at New Haven, Conn., and
Rhode Island, 99-101; Teu governor of the colony, 87.
tonic townships, 5; Vermont, Woburn, Mass., inhabitancy and
106–113.

warning out in, 26.
Warrants of warning out, wording Wood, David, selectman of Rock-

of the returns of the, not uni ingham, Vt., 113.
form, 60.

Wood, John, fined, 28.
Warwick, Robert, Earl of, 16, 17. Wo(o)dard, Nathaneell, admitted,
Watters, Good", fined, 23.

23.
Watertown, Mass., inhabitancy Woodbury, Conn., fundamental
and warning out in, 33.

articles of agreement, 86.
Way, Aron, 24.

Worcester County, Mass., returns
Way, Richard, admitted, 24.

of warning out from the different
Wealth, average of, prior to 1800, towns of, 59, 60.
120, 121.

Wright, Richard, fined, 21.

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